Theses published by graduate students in the Department of Communication & Theatre Arts, College of Arts & Letters, Old Dominion University.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2021

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Thesis: Communicating with Muted Groups: The Case of Human Trafficking, Amy Matzke-Fawcett

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Thesis: The Contextualization of Myth: Identification of Myth in the Propagation of Narrative Across Generational Boundaries, Joseph G. Ponthieux

Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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Thesis: Counterpublics, Abled Sex, and Crip Discourses on Twitter: A Discourse Analysis of Conversations of Sexuality and Disability, Claudia Garcia Mendoza

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Thesis: Being Listened to With Empathy: The Experience and Effect for Emerging and Middle-Aged Adults, Elizabeth (Casey) Moore

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Thesis: Family Communication Patterns During Recovery Maintenance: Relapse Prevention for Alcoholics & Addicts, Adam Pyecha

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Thesis: Clergy & Police a Semiotic Analysis of Clergy on Patrol, Ricardo Estevan Reyes

Theses/Dissertations from 2019

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Thesis: A Study of the Diffusion of Innovations and Hurricane Response Communication in the U.S. Coast Guard, Melissa L. Leake

Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Thesis: Families Communicating About Health: Conceptualization and Validation of the Family Health Communication Quotient Scale, Erin E. Gafner

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Thesis: Intercultural Communication Training and Law Enforcement Officers: A Career-Span Analysis and Education Agenda, Amanda M. Franco

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Thesis: Americans’ Willingness to Communicate With Mexican Immigrants: Effects of Ethnocentrism and Immigration Status, Stephanie Leanne Harris

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Thesis: Lifespan Communication and Career Development of Black Teachers: A Socio-Ecological Approach, Veronica Whinnett Hurd

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Thesis: Forces at Work: Workforce Perspectives in Print Journalism Amid Paradigm Shift, Stephanie Bernat

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Thesis: Media Literacy Definitions, R. M. Wenner

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Thesis: Communication, Romantic Reconciliation, and Emerging Adulthood: A Relational Dialectics Study, Ashley M. Poole